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that will make somebodvery, vy happy, were very, very cross waiting upstrs, katie masters, 110 toda wefirst met r after her 109th rthday. she w so sick of getting the same card fm the queen every year, shwrote to buckingham palace to complain. what to do not likbout them? >> headdress. yellow. th was one thing. every ar. >> you got fed up with it? >> yes. >> the palace took her complaints so seriously, prince william was sent rod t hurt care home to apoloze. assured her nexttime she would get a different card >> this is the moment of tru. >thank you. >> appy 100th brthday from her ajesty. -- ppy 110th birthday from her majesty. is there the dreaded yellow ress? >> oh, look. it is blue. >> it is blue. >> that isovely. lovely. oh, yes. that will do. at will do. >> y prefer that one? >> yes. >> is theresent she wanted most of all. the questio now -- what color would you like xt year? wh's [laughter] > b news. >> one tisfiedustomer at last scientists are saying thehave discoveremorehan 5000 new species living in the deepest region of the ocean. this is part of the 10-year sty into deepea life. it inc
of sarapalin. when aoman gets placed on the ticket, by her own boo the katie uric interview was disastrous. therwere other moments in the campaign where she did not measure up intelleually. is tt aetback for women? >> that is the good thg about sarah pan is whatever sarah palin does is sarah palin does. think we hithe point now there e enough women and men at least near the top at everythingverybody does is not ken as something that representshe entire sex. tavis: you talabout two issues at i want to raise now. that you talk abt in detail in the book as perhaps thtwo big issues where the advancementf women are concerd from 1960 untinow. i'll take them in th order first. the role of women in t workplace. >> well, you know, what kes me happy about doing ese books is that the history books on won that i have do, if you look back at get completely aw from this idea tha women were weak and they were -- they dn't try hard and we came and liberated them all in 1968. women -- have always risen to whatever the occasion is and theyave always done everything that the cntry and
her exactly but i do thk that we need toet behind what katie couric said that it's me for sexism to come as repugnant as racism. and we have taken some significt steps, i tnk in that directionin the response how senator clinton in th campaign w treated, how sar palin was tread. and unfounately even though there's more awaness than there s in the 2008 election, we just went through aituation where justice sotomayowas nominad, and some of t same ople who were villains in the 2008lections were enged in very se sexist language. >> greene says it's important for the next geration of women to be aware ofender bias and to fight it. >> they definitely neeto go to into the start of their careers with their eyes wi open. and i have had a lot of -- many coersations aroundhe country with you women who are in school andon't necessarilyt thisoint in their life see the consequences of misogyny. and sexm. d maybe not in any very rsonal eerience, but they just have not seen it firsthand. so i think it's really important for the next generatn of women leaders, that you have a very clear persptive
. >> so it is a nice socl support system which is ghly accept by the population. >> reid: katie haaseis one of those patients. she's having her third baby. >>'m very satisfied with the system, espeally during my pregnancy. i ink it's maybe not perfect, but 's the best i can imagine. >>eid: what does she pay? >> actuay, nothing. i dot have to pay anything. rd: whileregnant women pay nothing, tre is a coayment for mt patients. but you'll love this: it cos ten euros-- that about 15 bucks-- and you only have pay that onceverthree nths. if you lose ur job, what ppens to your health insurance? >>ealth inrance contues wi no change if you lose a job. we dknow very well that people who come unemployed are at an increased risk obecoming ill, and thereforbecoming employed is about the worst time to lose heah insurance. so therefore everyonwhlose a job mains in exactly the health insuran system he is >> reid: german insurae plans actively competemong themselvesor customers even though they are not alloweto make a profit. so what's in it fothem? >> sickness nds do not want to pesh. they want to sur
was a bad intview last year with cbs's katie couric. >> i'm jt going to ask you one re time, not to belabo the point, spefic examples in h 26 years of pushing for more regation. >> i'll y to find you someand bring themto ya. >> my fault, my bad they answered the way they answed. >> woodruff: palin defends say the mediaontinues its unfair treatment of her in this wk's "newsweek, where she's pictured on the cover in running orts. palin called it sexist on r facebook page but conservative davifrum says she h brought it on herself. >> this is a womawho got into a potion of leadership by sending very powful sexual signal and we see that the way that m like her much more than women do. >> woodruff: pin's re-entry cos as the gop starts to recover from the body bl it took in last year's ections. but susan molinari says pin needs to move yond the party's se. >> neither political rty gets to be the majority all we do is ke that tent really small. >> woodruff: matth continetti, a pan fan, agrees: >> and the cenal thing that s would do if she wanted a fute in elective office is to embrace a messe th
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